We compiled a list of Android apps that will help you with mobile computing as well as provide some fun.
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With Android 2.2, dubbed Froyo, just being served and Gingerbread 3.0 not yet released, there's already buzz about the next version of Google's mobile Linux operating system.
To help you find the best mobile apps for your Android-powered handsets, we highlight 75 stellar Android apps covering everything from social networking to augmented reality.
Using standard Linux applications, you can sync a Droid smartphone to your PC in a few easy steps -- we show you how.
No programming required, as Linux-based Android app development gets a boost with new Google effort to simplify building mobile downloads.
With the upcoming release of the Droid X and Android 2.2, it appears the key to the Linux mobile platform's continued success is enterprise adoption.
First official release of the joint Intel-Nokia mobile Linux effort blends their respective Moblin and Maemo projects.
The HP CEO hints that printers running Palm's mobile Linux webOS may be able to connect directly to the Internet via Wi-Fi.
Another survey shows the rising dominance of the iPhone and Android at the expense of Microsoft and basic Linux smartphones. What are the trends for 2010?
Google's nascent Android Linux mobile operating system could self-destruct due to fragmentation. Will version 2.2 save it?
People have been wanting something like a netbook ever since we can remember, even way back in the last millennium. But hardware costs made them unattractive. Now we're tripping over netbooks every time we turn around, and have a wealth of attractive choices. Here, we take the Lenovo Ideapad, loaded with SUSE Linux, for a test drive.
A Linux netbook plus a few essential gadgets equals lightweight, inexpensive, portable, fully-featured happiness for the business traveler. Paul Ferrill takes a look at a slim yet productive kit to keep the traveling worker productive, happy, and not bogged down.
Discover Android, the open source mobile platform being developed by Google and the Open Handset Alliance.
The sync tools are already out there, we just need someone to bring them together and provide a common means of making mobile synchronization available for everyone.
This article focuses on a couple of specific, practical things to help folks decide which operating system to go with when buying a netbook.